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Jan 14, 2022, 8:00 AM
BOZEMAN, Mont.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--On January 14, 2022, Destra Multi-Alternative Fund (the “Fund” or “DMA”), a closed-end fund traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol DMA, today declared a distribution of $0.0604 per share for the month of January 2022. The record date for the distribution is January 25, 2022, and the special payable date is February 3, 2022. The Fund will trade ex-distribution on January 24, 2022.
Jan 10, 2022, 8:00 AM
Bozeman, MT (January 10, 2022) – Destra Multi-Alternative Fund (the “Fund”) announced today that shares of the Fund are expected to begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange (“NYSE”) on or about January 13, 2022 under the proposed NYSE ticker symbol “DMA.”
Jan 6, 2022, 2:52 AM
Destra Capital Advisors LLC (“Destra”) announced today that as of COB on January 4, 2022 the Destra Multi-Alternative Fund (the “Fund”) redesignated its Class A, Class C and Class T shares as Class I shares under the CUSIP 250 65A 205.
Inside the Markets | Destra Blog
It’s all about the intangibles…. Innovation improves lives and typically, the capital markets reward those companies that drive innovation. As our society and economy evolve, we have changed the perception of what we appreciate, ….what we value.
Even though interest rates have risen significantly off their all-time lows in 2020, they remain historically low and investors continue to search for yield wherever they can. As a result, preferred market sectors with higher yield have tended to outperform over the past year.
Here in mid-December 2021, we anxiously await the Fed’s announcement on the direction of interest rates and whether they will speed up their efforts to end the bond buying that the Fed has been conducting since early 2020. All of this, in response to inflation that is proving to be much more than transitory. This is spurring a lot of talk about where the stock market goes from here. But there is seemingly much more agreement on where the bond market goes, in the face of rising rates ------ down!